Months in the making, the logistics have been revealed to get donated MIA water to struggling, drought-affected communities.
With 30 megalitres already donated to the cause pioneered by Griffith's Tank Sergi, the water is set to quench areas identified by Regional Development Australia.
Two dedicated standpipes are currently being built especially for the delivery, which is expected early in the new year.
Peter Cremasco, who has been helping Mr Sergi, said the real winners are the "generous MIA irrigators."
"Helen Dalton assisted in bringing it to the public's attention and donating one megalitre, so we acknowledge her, but we acknowledge the hard work and commitment of Sussan Ley in putting us in contact with the right people and coordinating it all to make it happen," Mr Cremasco said.
"We acknowledge MI's assistance in waiving all charges but the real heroes are the guys who committed water for fellow citizens of our state who are in dire need."
The real heroes are the guys who committed water for fellow citizens of our state who are in dire need.Peter Cremasco
He said the team are "quietly confident" that this plan will work well and are hoping this will be a pilot program for more projects of a similar nature.
The water will go to households and properties around Tibooburra, Milparinka and Silverton, who have no access to water.
The ink is still drying on the papers to finalise MI transfers for each of these donations into one account.
The water will be transferred from Murrumbidgee Irrigation Bulk Water Licence to an Essential Water Licence.
This part of the project is being coordinated on the ground by Regional Development Australia, Far West NSW, in conjunction with Department of Primary Industries Water and Drought staff.
Farrer MP Sussan Ley helped coordinate the respective parties, and said the plan "may be there now".
"There were some unique and perhaps unforeseen challenges associated with getting the water from point A to point B," she said.
"It looks like we may be there now, and my office was happy to assist in Tank's goal of helping out fellow farmers who really do need it."
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